Banon Resorts Manali
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... bed and then again in the morning). The family was lovely and we once again felt so grateful to be welcomed into their home and their lives. Our final morning we once again woke early and ate a wonderful breakfast of eggs, tirik, and curd. We were out the door by 830 and began our final ascent up the pass and then the long decent toward the main road to Kaza. After 4 hours we reached the main road and continued walking and hoping for a ride the remaining 15 km. ...
... within a deep valley surrounded by mountains and alpine forests. The Beas river roars through its landscape and is more like a scene you'd expect to see in the Swiss Alps, than in India. The clouds would come rolling over the hill tops as a sea of mist, hiding the tops of the mountains, making them look deceptively smaller than they actually are. I had planned on doing more during my stay here, but due to a combination of Manali's geographical location and the fact it's the monsoon ...
... That also explained their little bit off English accent and use of local words, but they were definitely acquainted with local language. Their story was that they came some time ago to Kasol somehow and now, they just can’t leave this place, KASOL, such a mesmerizing place is.
I slept in my room, wearing my jacket, one of the coldest nights I have ever seen. We all have agreed to leave Kasol by next day early morning. Next morning, when I woke ...
We went to bed rather early and slept pretty well. When we woke we ate
french toast for breakfast and drank many more cups of tea. We took our
driver up to see some temples around Manali while it continued to rain
more. That evening he dropped us at the top of the hill in old Manali
and we walked down through the village looking at the village life.
Women cutting grass from the roadside and carrying on their ...
... a small fire while a shop owner brews them a cup of Chai for them to sip with sweets being fried in a wok. It is more of a social event reminiscent of Floyds barber shop (for those of you that can recall that one).
The pounding of a deep base drum penetrates the stillness from time to time as a Shaman-type ritual is conducted in a small temple higher up in the village. Many of the villages in the Kullu-Manali ...